Pulsar Helion 2 XP50 Thermal Monocular Review
The heart of the Helion 2 XP50 is the new 640×480 resolution micro-bolometric sensor, at 17 μm pixel pitch for highly detailed imaging. The new thermal core’s (NETD) <40 mk rating is about 10% better than last year’s model, and the Helion 2 has a new Super AMOLED display screen.
So, does the new thermal sensor and Super AMOLED display make the new Helion 2 model better than the older model? We used them both in the field and ran two side by side tests to see if we could see any difference in the two models. Here is what we found.
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Pulsar Digex N450 Digital Night Vision Rifle Scope Review
The Pulsar Digex N450 is Pulsar’s newest night vision riflescope. The Digex N450 is a 4-16X digital night vision riflescope that gives you the best digital night vision technology on the market in a standard size 30mm tube. All those problems of mounting a night vision scope on your non-AR type rifle have gone away, plus you get a host of features formally reserved for Pulsar’s thermal scopes.
AGM Asp TM35-384 Thermal Monocular Review
The AGM TM35-384 Thermal Monocular- Great Image Quality at a fair price. The TM35-384 is a medium-range thermal monocular from AGM Global Vision. AGM Global Vision is a new company with a lot of new thermal optic products for the Night Hunter. AGM really made a hit at Shot Show 2020 with their new lines of Thermal Scopes and Monoculars.
Pulsar Thermion Thermal Scope Review
The Pulsar Thermion Thermal Scope series features a new look, high-performance thermal cores and competitive prices for 2019. Thanks to Outdoor Legacy Gear, we got to put a new Pulsar Thermion to the test. The model we will be reviewing is the Pulsar Thermion XP38 1.5-12x Thermal Rifle Scope.
Sightmark Wraith Digital Night Vision Scope Review
The initial review of the new Sightmark Wraith Digital Night Vision Scope. The Wraith is a 4x32 x50 digital day and night vision rifle scope. The hipe is proving to be true. Easy to use, great quality, great value! It can be used as a regular rifle scope during daylight hours with a full-color high definition 1080 display or used as a night vision scope during nighttime.
Pulsar Axion XM30 Thermal Monocular Review
Pulsar's new Axion Thermal Monocular series is their latest offering for hand-held thermal scanning. The Axion line of thermal monoculars is Pulsar's entry level thermal scanner and brings affordability to the hand-held thermal market without sacrificing quality and features